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New Facilities to Greet Anglers at Upper Souris NWR
Mountain-Prairie Region, November 1, 2004
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When anglers arrive at Lake Darling on Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge this spring, they?ll find some new accommodations waiting for them. The popular fishing spot in north-central North Dakota sports an updated landing area that includes a new concrete boat ramp and two jetties that function as breakwaters and fishing piers. The $87,000 project should make boat launching much easier, according to officials, who also hope to replace a concrete-plank ramp at another launch site on the 9,000-acre lake. The Refuge counted nearly 63,000 visits last year, including 53,000 by anglers.

Contact Info: Kenneth Torkelson, 701-355-8528, kenneth_torkelson@fws.gov
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